Comparison of brain activity during different types of proprioceptive inputs: a positron emission tomography study

@article{Radovanovi2001ComparisonOB,
  title={Comparison of brain activity during different types of proprioceptive inputs: a positron emission tomography study},
  author={Sa{\vs}a M. Radovanovi{\'c} and Alexander Korotkov and Milos Ljubisavljevic and Eugene Lyskov and J. Thunberg and Galina Kataeva and Sergey G. Danko and Marina S Roudas and Sergey P Pakhomov and S. N. Medvedev and H{\aa}kan Johansson},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2001},
  volume={143},
  pages={276-285}
}
It has been shown that the primary and secondary somatosensory cortex, as well as the supplementary motor area (SMA), are involved in central processing of proprioceptive signals during passive and active arm movements. However, it is not clear whether different cortical areas are involved in processing of different proprioceptive inputs (skin, joint, muscle receptors), what their relative contributions might be, where kinesthetic sensations are formed within the CNS, and how they interact when… CONTINUE READING

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